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    Cartoon elephant

    Elephant character for our TV serie. Modeling rigging animating done with Lightwave. Painted in Zbrush.
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    Very cute. Congrats! Looking forward to see it moving

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    Can I hug it? So cute!

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    Nice!
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    Cute and cuddly... and stylished

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    Very snuggly. I'm interested in your surface settings to give him that soft feel. I'm guessing you are using GI? Can you share what you did on his skin?

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    Very, very nice. I'd be very interested in seeing wires! Always like seeing how people model nice smooth characters
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    Thanks for replies.
    Actually my shading is simple.
    And there are two distant lights (one for sun, one for simulate bounce ) in my scene. And background radiosty with a hdr image.
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    And some new renders from our Tv serie. All done in LW and Fusion.
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    Really nice renders. I like the fluffy style. The only thing that I found weird was that the shark has an arm with a hand instead of a fin.

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    Nice work Alper
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    Nice clouds and colors too

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    Quote Originally Posted by alperocak View Post
    Thanks for replies.
    Actually my shading is simple.
    And there are two distant lights (one for sun, one for simulate bounce ) in my scene. And background radiosty with a hdr image.
    Thank you for sharing these. It's always good to see how a simple approach gives great results!

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    They rock. Nice work and nice setup. Let us know when a video is available too.


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